Journal of Animal Behaviour and Biometeorology (ISSN 2318-1265) is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal devoted to publishing papers about Animal Biometeorology, Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare, published quarterly online by Malque Publishing.
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Rapid Publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 17-20 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 3-5 days (median values for papers published in this journal in the first half of 2020).
Open Access free for readers, with Article Processing Charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.
Quality of death in the river buffalo (Bubalus bubalis)
Daniel Mota-Rojas, Marcelo Daniel Ghezzi, Fabio Napolitano, Marcelo Rosmini, Isabel Guerrero-Legarreta, Julio Martínez-Burnes, Karina Lezama-García, Agatha Miranda-Cortés, Leonardo Thielo de la Vega, Patricia Mora-Medina, Ismael Hernández-Ávalos
Available online: January 11, 2020
Variation of sexual behavior of photo-stimulated bucks during the transition from winter to spring in the semi-arid climate of Mexico
Luis Sifuentes, María Jesús Palomo Peiró, Raúl Ulloa-Arvizu, Gerardo Duarte, Pablo Sifuentes-Lamónt, Ilda Graciela Fernández
Available online: January 09, 2020
Conservation, animal behaviour, and human-animal relationship in zoos. Why is animal welfare so important?
Isabel Escobar-Ibarra, Daniel Mota-Rojas, Fernando Gual-Sill, Carlos R. Sánchez, Fidel Baschetto, María Alonso-Spilsbury
Available online: January 06, 2020
Most cited articles
1. Infrared thermal image for assessing animal health and welfare 43 citations (Nääs et al. 2014)
2. Physiological adaptability of livestock to heat stress: an updated review 22 citations (Rashamol et al. 2018)
3. Use of infrared thermography in veterinary medicine and animal production 20 citations (Roberto and Souza 2014)
4. Thermal gradients and physiological responses of goats in the Brazilian semi-arid using thermography infrared 17 citations (Roberto et al. 2014)
5. Impact of heat stress, nutritional stress and combined (heat and nutritional) stresses on rumen associated fermentation characteristics, histopathology and HSP70 gene expression in goats 11 citations (Chaidanya et al. 2017)